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Top 10 Places To Spend Christmas In United Kingdom

Spend your time with your family in this Christmas. Here you can see Top 10 places to spend Christmas in United Kingdom

Posted By- Khyati Rathod | Posted On - Nov 25, 2019

It is the best time of the year, but there is always one question in our mind that is how to celebrate Christmas and where to celebrate Christmas. When Christmas comes we always firstly Think about the Best place where we can celebrate a Christmas with loved ones. Whether you stay local and make one fancy trip just down the road or are ready for an adventure across the country, There are so many locations in the UK where we can come alive and celebrate Christmas with family & friends.


Yes, it’s Christmas time at this time coming to town and most of the Christmas markets in the UK are waiting for you! Fulfill your dreams with This Best Christmas market. Here is your perfect travel wishlist for a Christmas getaway to the best Christmas market in the UK. 


Want a romantic getaway? Go to Bath! Want to reexperience Christmas of yesteryear in the family, the taste of real gingerbread, german waffles, the magic of wooden toys that come alive? Chester and Leads is one of the best markets for all. 


If your Children's love ice skating then  Nottingham and Glasgow are the best Markets for your Childrens. You are a thrill-seeker? Sometimes you find Surprise gifts for your family? Birmingham and Manchester This is the largest market in the UK. There are some of the places in the UK where you can enjoy your Christmas holiday with your family and friends..



1. Bath:


Is there a better place to start than Bath, where the festive market has become one of the best places to visit during Christmas? But that is not half of what occurs in a beautiful city, famed for its glow-in-the-dark mini-golf in royal victoria park, an annual pantomime at the theatre royal, and some other towns to make your family fun. 


2. Mousehole:


One of the best places to see the Christmas lights in the UK, the Cornish village of Mousehole comes alive with kaleidoscopic light midway through December. The switch-on event is quite the occasion too, with an open-air service leading revelers in a sing-song before the lights. A beautiful display of sea serpents, boats, and whales illuminates the harbor. 


3. Cardiff:


Funfairs, ice rinks, and an alpine village all await you at the winner wonderland, Cardiff’s premier Christmas event which runs from the middle of November until the starts of January, it is also the perfect city to get all your shopping done, with the city center’s Christmas market, department stores and high street chains selling everything you will need if that wasn’t enough, Cardiff castle also runs a beautiful fireside Santa’s Grotto, while the theatres are always chock a block with wonderful feelgood shows.


4. The highlands:


You do not have a sled? You can book a flight, apartment, Hotels etc at the best prices. Treat yourself and create memories for a lifetime with Christmas Markets in Great Britain.    


5. Edinburgh:


If you stay in Scotland, where Auld Reekie is alive with Christmas celebrations from the tail-end of November, throughout December into every year there is fun for your family and friends like fairground rides and Christmas markets to help you to get your shopping done in your time. The theatres are full of signs and shows celebrating the joyous time. While other festivities include all the way to Hogmanay on New Year’s Eve. 


6. The York:


There are not many picturesque places to spend Christmas than the beautiful walled, medieval city where an annual Christmas festival is held. The tower in the Christmas tree in St Helen’s is a great place to start your Christmas celebration. There is also a winter wonderland, home to an outdoor ice rink, funfair roles and Santa in his log cabin  


7. Clovelly:


On this Christmas day, The gorgeous cliffside village in North Devon is stunning all year round but it is Christmas when a medley of events truly showcases its unique spirit and location. While the dress New Year’s Eve celebrations are also worth a visit. 


8. Rochester:   

The Kent town has to store the connection with Charles Dickens so, with a Christmas Carol being one of the most popular Christmas stories ever, it is only fitting there is a huge celebration dedicated to the author. The Dickensian Christmas festival is held in December and turns the clock back more than 200 years to showcase a whole host of victorian delights. 


9. Worcester:


Worcester Cathedral is beautiful on 365 days of the year but in December it looks like a Christmas heaven. In the days of Christmas, there are many companies and organizations that decorate a Christmas tree and on this day of Christmas, there are many trees available in this place. The companies and organizations organize parties, theater shows, and many more. 


10. Lapland:


Yes, there is one attraction with this name Laplands. This day creates a day like a Christmas day and is decorated like an old Christmas day. On this day children help mother Christmas and Eve to make cookies, gifts, and decorations and children also help father Christmas and reindeer to make a day special. 

These are all the best places in the UK that you can visit on Christmas day to make your Christmas day special.